On every ordinary, nothing special kind of day, Dean is a country boy with animals to take care of and chores to do. But today is to be different. It is different in so many ways. Actually, it starts out bad, very bad. First, he gets up late, can’t find his mom, and then . . . the cow. Oh, man, that cow has done it now. But, things take a turn for Dean and his day ends better, not just for Dean but for everyone on Earth. Yes, I said the Earth. See what happens in Dean’s day that affects the planet on which we live.
About the author:
Debra G. Watts is a retired teacher who resides in the small community of Harrodsburg located in the Bluegrass region of Kentucky. She has authored a music teaching guide entitled “Listening Guides for America’s Greatest Musicals” and written and illustrated 2 children’s picture books “CARter CAR and his Wild and CARazy Birthday” and “Jude the Dude”. Currently, Debra is a MAT (Master of Arts in Teaching) Supervisor for the University of the Cumberlands where she mentors Practicum and Student Teachers. She loves writing strong, positive characters who become role models for children. She takes writing stories very seriously, trying to teach a moral through each one. The lead characters in her stories are named after children she knows.